Diana Enriquez

Diana Enriquez is a Sociologist, UX researcher, and interaction designer. She studies automation, labor and outsourcing, and other technologies in the US and Latin America. Her PhD research focused on human-machine partnerships at work. She is writing a book about "how to stay sane while freelancing." Some of her research on high-skill freelancers was presented at the Federal Reserve (Atlanta) conference on Uneven Outcomes in the Labor Market (2021). Other research projects examine the impact of the Covid-19 shutdown on low income households (Socius 2020), pre-automation attempts via gig work platforms (Sociologica 2021), the role of algorithms in managing gig workers (Academy of Management 2021), and producing open qualitative data sets for public use (Frontiers in Sociology 2024). She is a PhD candidate at Princeton University and a project manager at Redstone Strategies Group.